Over 30 Jobs Available with Swiss Chalet

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Sault College Employment Solutions, in partnership with Swiss Chalet, will be hosting a Job Fair on Wednesday, May 29 from 2 to 5 pm. The job fair will be held at Employment Solutions on the 4th floor of Station Tower, at 421 Bay Street.

Swiss Chalet is currently undergoing major renovations to their restaurant located at 332 Great Northern Road. With the grand reopening coming up, Swiss Chalet is looking to fill multiple positions for Server, Take-out, Host, Dishwashing, Line Cook, Prep Cook and Cook. Swiss Chalet plans to hire over 30 part-time staff through the job fair.

Prep Cooks and Cooks must have some previous experience. Employer is willing to train for the other available positions. Successful applicants must be seeking year-round employment. Those interested in applying should attend the Swiss Chalet Job Fair on Wednesday, May 29 from 2 to 5 pm at Employment Solutions. Please be prepared for an interview, with a resume and references.

Since their doors first opened in 1954, families have been coming back to Swiss Chalet generation after generation. And that’s certainly not stopping now. With over 200 Swiss Chalet restaurants in Canada, the brand is among the holdings of Recipe Unlimited, formerly known as CARA Operations Ltd. Famous for their rotisserie chicken, rotisserie ovens only accept fresh (never frozen), grain-fed, Canadian Grade A chickens. With a touch of secret seasoning and a 90-minute self-basting cooking process, your simple chicken dinner, is rather fancy after all.

If you would like help preparing for this job fair, drop in to the Employment Solutions office on the 4th floor of Station Tower or phone 705-945-0705. Find more information about free employment programs and services online at www.employment-solutions.ca and follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

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  1. From what I hear: They may pay you, they may not and then they’ll claim they never met you and you’ve never walked through the door…Sad when a franchisee can’t be trusted.

    No wonder they need 30 employees

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